City officials from different departments gathered at the Officer's Club to celebrate
Holi was celebrated with enthusiasm at several places in the city. Sindhi families played holi under the auspices of Puj Sindhi Panchayat at Sindhi Bhavan in Brindavan colony. The fun began with couples applying colour to their spouses.
The women and men broke up into separate groups and celebrated Holi with colour powder and water colour. The children armed with various types of squirt guns sprayed liquid colour on one another.
Elaborate arrangements were made at the Maheswari Samaj Bhavan in One Town. Colour water showers were arranged with pipes and tanks on the terrace. Men, women and children drenched themselves in the rain of colour water. Maheswari Samaj secretary Mahesh Jaju president Kamal Kishore Bhattad said Holi is a very important festival for their rich and prosperous business community.
Members of several other North Indian communities living in One Town and the Sikh community in Guru Nanak Colony celebrated the festival with great zeal.
Officials from different departments gathered at the Officer's Club to celebrate Holi. The club made elaborate arrangements with powders of different colours in trays and colour water in huge drums. The officers played Holi with spray pumps. District Collector S.A.M.Rizvi participated in the festivities for a while. Joint Collector Gaurav Uppal was the star attraction of the celebration with officials of different departments targeting him first with colour powder and then with water sprayed with hand spray pumps.
Lambadi (Banjara) Employees Welfare Association members celebrated Holi at Sri Vidya Sadhan auditorium near Maris Stella College. Besides partaking in a meal together the members along with their families participated in several programmes like release of various compact discs and felicitations.
Youth celebrated the festival all over the town.
Some children and youth were disappointed because their institutes did not give a holiday for the colour festival.
Holi festivities were marked by gaiety as the thriving North Indian community celebrated the festival of colours with joy and merriment.
Since morning, the familiar sight of youth drenched in colours and speeding on the bikes caught the attention of passers by.
In Bachpan Play School on Lakshmipuram Road, tiny tots splashed colours as they celebrated Holi.
The campus was decorated with flowers and the children had a gala time in celebrating Holy.Principal Domi and director K. Uma Kumari were also present. The Marwadi community celebrated Holi with frenzy. Families in Brodipet, One Town and Vidya Nagar celebrated Holi.
North Indian community celebrates the festival with great zeal Some children and youth were disappointed as their institutions did not declare a holiday
North Indian community celebrates the festival with great zeal
Some children and youth were disappointed as their institutions did not declare a holiday